In “Budots: The Craze,” filmmakers Jay Rosas and Mark Limbaga try to figure out where the budots genre came from.
It’s like Berlin’s famous Berghain nightclub but in a 32-bit virtual space.
President Rodrigo Duterte just signed a law establishing a Philippine Space Agency, but this does not necessarily mean that a Filipino will be heading to space anytime soon.
Multiple Cases of Trans Discrimination Motivate Passionate Campaign for Gender Equality in the Philippines
In one case, a trans woman was handcuffed and brought to a police station after trying to enter a women's restroom.
Cyber Group Linked to Chinese Government Suspected of Hacking Video Game Companies for Financial Gain
When it's not spying for the Chinese government, the group known as APT41 allegedly hacks in-game currencies
It all started when a photo of a store notice that echoed Hong Kong protesters’ pro-democracy battle cry went viral
The boxer-senator previously used Jesus’ crucifixion to justify the reimposition of capital punishment but changed his tune when another lawmaker used it against his argument.
Personal mobility devices have become increasingly popular in Singapore. Some pedestrians aren’t happy.
The actual fare should have been under $5.
Arslan “Arslan Ash” Saddique was relatively unknown in the competitive circuit a year ago. Today, he’s the world’s best ‘Tekken 7’ player.
Called the 'Magna Carta of Commuters,' this bill champions public transportation and commuter rights.
This is but one instance in a long history of boys sticking things up where they shouldn’t.